Bobby Shmurda might be facing some serious legal trouble, after he and members of his GS9 were arrested in New York City early on Wednesday morning (Dec. 17).
KarenCivil.com reports that the Brooklyn rapper, born Ackquille Pollard, was arrested at Quad Studios near Times Square, and numerous unspecified weapons were seized by police as he was taken into custody.
Members of his entourage, including Epic Records executive Sha Money XL -- who signed Shmurda back in July -- were allegedly apprehended as well.
MTV News reached out to the NYPD for confirmation on Wednesday morning, but they wouldn't comment on the incident at press time. We also reached out to Epic Records, who had no comment.
Later in the day, more details emerged, with TMZ reporting that the arrest was the result of a long and extensive investigation that included a narcotics prosecutor.
Official charges will not be disclosed until Thursday.
This doesn't bode well for the Shmoney Dance rapper, who has had a few run-ins with police in the past six months. In October, he hit Instagram to complain that a weed arrest had caused him to miss a big show, and according to TMZ, he was was also arrested for felony gun possession back in June.